Day: August 3, 2022

Kitchen

Pests, employees not following health guidelines lead to low

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Metropolitan Health District inspectors found problems with pests and employees not following basic health guidelines at two separate locations of a local seafood restaurant and bar.

La Perla Del Pacifico Sports Bar

La Perla Del Pacifico Sports Bar, located in the 2600 block of Northeast Loop 410, received a 76 on its most recent inspection.

The inspector noted “live pests” in the kitchen and washing area. Cooks were seen handling ready-to-eat foods with bare hands while another cook was caught eating in the food prep area.

There was no certified food manager on site, shrimp

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property

China property sales could plunge by one-third, analysts

Property sales in China could fall by one-third this year, spelling more trouble for the country’s giant housing sector as people lose faith in the market and pressure increases on struggling developers to complete presold apartments.

Amid reports that the government is preparing a bailout of the sector that could cost 300bn yuan ($44bn), experts at the rating agency S&P have concluded that the fall in sales will be twice as bad as they had originally forecast for this year.

“S&P Global Ratings now expects national property sales will fall 28%-33% this year,” the note said on Tuesday, “almost double

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Home’s

Nursing homes use lawsuits to demand friends and family pay

Lucille Brooks, a retiree who lives in Pittsford, New York, was sued in 2020 for nearly $8,000 by a nursing home that had taken care of her brother. The nursing home dropped the case after she showed she had no control over his money or authority to make decisions for him.

Heather Ainsworth for KHN


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Lucille Brooks, a retiree who lives in Pittsford, New York, was sued in 2020 for nearly $8,000 by a nursing home that had taken care of her brother. The nursing home dropped the case after she showed

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Bathrooms

Gutting a vintage pastel bathroom for smaller, cooler,

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – We currently have one full bathroom in our century farmhouse. (Hence, why we’re finishing the attic as a bed-and-bath suite.) When we moved in six years ago, the room was massive – and awful.

Square tiles in bubblegum pink and black. Black flecked linoleum. One inoperable window, frosted, cracked and coated in mold and mildew, conveniently located in the shower. A grimy tub shower with two sides exposed. And a door to a second-story porch, just in case you wanted to walk outside in your towel.

There was no storage, nowhere to put your toothbrush or

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Home’s

Remodel

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Installing new rest room …

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